How do you drill a stud from a car wheel?

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to replace a wheel stud, depend on the type of car or truck, jack it up and block it. remove the affected wheel and use a hammer and a punch to drive out the broken stud. most automobiles have an access hole to replace studs with out removing any more components. however some do not. to install place stud in hole and use some washers and a lugnut to mount in place.

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